A Tale of Two Cities1935

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A Tale of Two Cities
Directed by:
Jack Conway

"A Tale of Two Cities" (also known as "Flucht aus Paris", "Due città, Le") is a Drama film directed by Jack Conway, and written by W.P. Lipscomb, released in the USA on December 25 of 1935 . Ronald Colman and Elizabeth Allan are starring, alongside Edna May Oliver, Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone and Blanche Yurka.

The most delightful love story in all history of literature !

Who directed "A Tale of Two Cities":

A Tale of Two Cities was directed by Jack Conway, an American director, actor, and producer.

Before A Tale of Two Cities, Jack Conway had directed The Gay Bride, released in 1934, The Girl from Missouri (1934), Tarzan and His Mate (1934), Viva Villa! (1934), Hell Below (1933), and Red-Headed Woman (1932). Since, he directed Libeled Lady, released in 1936, A Star Is Born (1937), Saratoga (1937), A Yank at Oxford (1938), Too Hot to Handle (1938), and Boom Town (1940).

When was "A Tale of Two Cities" released:

A Tale of Two Cities was initially released on Wednesday, December 25, 1935, in the United States. Also released on Wednesday, December 25, 1935 have been The Bride Comes Home (dir. Wesley Ruggles) and Dangerous (dir. Alfred E. Green). This was eighty-three (83) years ago.

It has been released on Friday, February 22, 1952 in Germany.

Who is at the casting of "A Tale of Two Cities":

At the casting of A Tale of Two Cities we find Ronald Colman, previously seen in The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo (1935) and Clive of India (1935); Elizabeth Allan (Mark of the Vampire (1935), The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David Copperfield, the Younger (1935)); Edna May Oliver (No More Ladies (1935), Murder on a Honeymoon (1935)) [ more... ]

  • E.E. Clive and Elizabeth Allan, Edna May Oliver, Basil Rathbone, Fay Chaldecott also worked together in The Personal History, Adventures, Experience, and Observation of David Copperfield, the Younger, released in 1935.
  • Donald Woods, Fritz Leiber, Mitchell Lewis and Eily Malyon also appeared in Anthony Adverse, released in 1936.
  • Walter Catlett, H.B. Warner and Billy Bevan also appeared together in Mr. Deeds Goes to Town, released in 1936.
  • E.E. Clive and Billy Bevan, Eily Malyon can all be seen in Dracula's Daughter, released in 1936.
  • Walter Catlett, Eily Malyon and E.E. Clive can also be seen in Cain and Mabel, released in 1936.
  • Henry B. Walthall, Mitchell Lewis and Tully Marshall can all be seen in The Bridge of San Luis Rey, released in 1929.
  • E.E. Clive and Basil Rathbone, Eily Malyon can also be seen in Kind Lady, released in 1935.
  • Isabel Jewell and Elizabeth Allan, Henry B. Walthall also worked together in Men in White, released in 1934.
  • Elizabeth Allan, Billy Bevan and Eily Malyon also appeared together in Looking Forward, released in 1933.
  • Claude Gillingwater and Reginald Owen, Mitchell Lewis have all also be seen in Conquest, released in 1937.
  • E.E. Clive and Basil Rathbone, Eily Malyon also worked together in The Hound of the Baskervilles, released in 1939.
  • Elizabeth Allan, Eily Malyon and E.E. Clive also appeared in Camille, released in 1936.
  • H.B. Warner, Billy Bevan and E.E. Clive can be seen in Arrest Bulldog Drummond, released in 1939.
  • Eily Malyon and Reginald Owen, Basil Rathbone also worked together in Above Suspicion, released in 1943.
  • E.E. Clive and Ronald Colman, Billy Bevan also worked together in Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back, released in 1934.
  • Billy Bevan, Fay Chaldecott and E.E. Clive also appeared in Lloyd's of London, released in 1936.
  • Basil Rathbone, Fritz Leiber and H.B. Warner also worked together in Crossroads, released in 1942.

What is the Storyline of "A Tale of Two Cities":

On the eve of the French Revolution, Lucie Manette (Elizabeth Allan) is informed that her father (Henry B. Walthall) is not dead, but has been a prisoner in the Bastille for many long years before finally being released. She travels to Paris to take her father to her home in England. Dr. Manette has been taken care of by a friend, Ernest Defarge (Mitchell Lewis), and his wife (Blanche Yurka). The old man's mind has given way during his long ordeal, but Lucie's tender care begins to restore his [...]

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